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Since the Unlicense doesn't require attribution, downstream distributors are under no obligation to identify you as the author. This is in contrast to most other free and open licenses, which require downstream distribution to preserve your copyright notice. The MIT/X11 license and the BSD licenses are very permissive choices that require attribution. On ...


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Yes, if anyone can say the work as his work, if they re-release it. There is no need of mentioning the original author. BSD, MIT, GNU GPL can be used instead to be mentioned when others re-release the work.


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